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Bellevue Piano Studio, located in Bellevue, WA, is currently accepting prospective piano students for 2013-14 school year.  Besides applying premium childhood development programs, we prepare students for the Achievement Program (Royal Conservatory of Music), college entrances, festivals, as well as personal goals.




   last update: March 16, 2014                      

2014 Summer Session

The summer session starts on July 22 through August 30.

The summer intensive camp offers meetings of 3 times a week with private lessons and workshops.  You may also join non-intensive weekly lessons at your own pace. Registration is due by June 24.

related downloads:

summer class enrollment form>

summer intensive camp scheduler>


Summer Recital

The Summer Recital will be held on June 28 at 6:00 pm, at The First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue.  Everyone is welcome.


Studio Closures

The studio will be closed for the Spring Break (April 7 to 11).

The studio will officially be closed for the Summer Break (June 30 to July 18).  The studio will reopen on July 22.


2014 - 2015 Registration

Current students can now register for 2014 - 2015 school year.  Contact to receive the registration package.  New student registration for next year will be made available in early May.  Priority time scheduling is given by the order the registration package is received.


Upcoming Masterclass (April 5 @ 9:00 am)

Please sign up to participate.


Pay Tuition Online

You can pay tuition online.


Class Location @ Northwest Pianos

Classes will be held at the Northwest Pianos in Bellevue.

13310 Bel-Red Road, Suite 100 Bellevue, WA 98005


Issaquah Location

Additional Issaquah location is now open. For detail, contact


[The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program]

formally: The Carnegie Hall Royal Conservatory Achievement Program

The RCM Music Development Program is the new name for the Carnegie Hall Royal Conservatory Achievement Program and the National Music Certificate Program.  As a graduate, earning both diplomas for Piano Performance and Piano Teacher from The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, Canada, I welcome interested students to participate in the RCM programs to enhance their piano curriculum.  It is not mandatory as students can always bring up their own repertoires to study.  The RCM program boasts a strong fundamental for growing musicians benefiting numerous students around the world.



There are annual concerts, small group concerts and festivals for students to participate.  Students may perform in masterclasses by renowned artisits with recommendation.  All of these opportunities enrich the musical insights and allow students to join and learn from other students. 


[Studio Assessment]

At the end of each semester, there is a period of assessment for all students enrolled at Bellevue Piano Studio.  This is to maintain a high quality of performance level and to provide with structured achievement goal for individual student.  The assessment is composed of different parts, and a student is expected to perform at least 70% to be able to continue the education with the studio.



We recommend that you own (or rent) your own piano.  An upright piano is fine for the most, digital piano will do the job for beginners: for advanced students, we recommend a grand piano because of its heavier action and other features required to outstand the senior repertoires.



Regular practice is imperative in keeping up with piano skills.  Students who own a piano should commit certain hours per day.  Northwest Pianos offers practice rooms for students who do not own a piano.  Call and ask for their special rate.  Any student who cannot meet the practice commitment may be ask to withdraw from the studio during the year or at the end of an assessment.


[Books and Records]

Students will study piano repertoires according to their level of achievement together with relevant technical exercise books.  In addition, various master pieces chosen carefully by the instructor become the standard as well.  For beginners, there are some major method books to choose from: Alfred, Hal Leonard, Bastien, etc..

Records are available with the books at purchase.


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